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. please remain standing as we welcome and present to you the grand entry of our eagle staff and our dancers. here we go. bring em in. carrying the first flag of this nation, of this land, the eagle staff larry harristan. how about a round of applause for larry? thank you larry. bringing in our dancers. (drums). good to see you. our southern and northern dancers. welcome ladies. welcome. followed by our jingle "dancing with dancers. welcoming our dancers as well. our northern traditional dancers followed by our grass dancers. how about a big round for applause for all ours dancers? good to see you. (drums). going over to our group over here. flag song. please. long before the national anthem composed by francis scott key the 50 people that this land. >> >> the first people that this land had these fight songs, national anthems for these tribes, paying homage to the first flag of this land, the eagle staff. remembering our veterans as well, the warriors whether going to battle or returning from battle paying homage to their service, paying homage to this flag. always
be saint nick. >> more rapid than eagles, he whistled and shouted and called them by name. >> now dancer, now dasher, on comment, and to but, on donner and listen. >> to the top of the porch to the top of the wall. now-away,-away,-to weigh all. >> been met with an obstacle to this guy. >> so up to the housetop the coursers flew with a slate full of toys and st. nicholas, too. >> i heard on the roof the prancing and pawing of each little off keeping >> and down the chimney st. nicholas keane with of downed. >> his clothes were all tarnished with ashes and soot. >> he looked like a peddler just opening his back. >> his cheeks were like roses. his nose like a cherry. >> his droll little mouth was drawn up like a boat, and the beard on his chin was as white as the snow. >> the smoke and circled his head like a wreath. >> he had a broad face and a little round belly that shook when he laughed like a bowlful of jelly. >> he was chubby and plump, a right jolly old elf. i laughed at him in spite of myself. >> he gave me to know i had nothing to dread. >> he spoke not a word, but went straight to
of the ruler. a common symbol we find on lamps that used from poland are the double-headed eagle of the austrian empire. the lamps from islamic lands generally don't represent human figures in objects or religious use. so many of the lamps are in architectural form. they have the pointed arches or the horseshoe-shaped arches that are so common in architecture. lamps from the indian jewish community come from three different communities located in the different parts of india. we have one in the shape of a jewish star. i think that has to do with zionistic aspirations of the community. we have in the collection a charming lamp made just about the time israel gained independence in 1948 of an israeli soldier holding a banner with the israeli flag and across the top of the banner are the places to put the lights. one of my favorite lamps is a lamp that's in the shape of the tree of knowledge that stood in the garden of eden written about in the bible, and crawling up its trunk is a snake, the one that tempted eve to eat the apple. i just love the idea that one would equate the hanuk
shuster flip the switch and officially light the 2012 united states capitol christmas tree. he is an eagle scout and shares my great love for the out of doors. i met your mother and father earlier today and what an honor for you to be part of this. as i make way for the speaker, i had a great 10 years in the house. some days, i miss the house, mr. speaker. i want to again thank you for being here and i hope you get a chance to see the beautiful ornaments up close. over 5,000 of them and hand made by the children of colorado and adults from corner of colorado to the other. so think of it as a way of wishing you a happy holiday season from colorado. we are proud to have the tree here from the great state of colorado. and i'll turn it back over to the architect of the capitol. [applause] >> thank you so much, senator udall. and now it's my pleasure to introduce, ms. lindsay lawler. she is the winner of the u.s. forest service song writing contest to create the official song for the capitol christmas tree and will be singing her original composition "standing tall. lindsay. [applause] >> thank
to another slippery aspect of the argument made by reuel. if on the one hand islamists eagle people of faith, everyone on the other side are liberals. i do not believe ever use that term in anything i said. the opposite of islamists is non-islamists. there is a huge spectrum of people who will run into the streets because they are mad as hell about what their life will be like under islamist role. -- rule. many people of faith, millions of people of faith. muslims, believing muslims, as opposed to many people who are the ham and cheese muslims. they're all there. but that is to the natural audience is. it is everyone who is opposed to the totalitarian agenda of the muslim brotherhood. it is huge out there. this is where i think a friendly debate between my partner and i disagree. bret and i disagree. in free and fair elections, where there is a level playing field and institutions of government are working, the non- islamists will triumph. in answer to brian's operational do, veryabout what you simple answer. during the cold war, we paid a price. the cold war was a top priority and we aren't
school and played football for the eagles. i spoke by phone to dr. elise. >> what is it like when you have a tragedy such as this, a lentd crime occurring with one you know and love? >> i am shocked. i can't -- the young man that i knew could not have done this. i don't know what caused it. >> javon killed cassandra with one of 8 handguns he legally owned. the tragedy prompting a passionate argument over gun control by sports anchor bob costas. >> but i was talking about a gun culture. >> javon belcher's suicide murder raised the right to bear arms. many people asking for gun laws. rick freidman who runs the rtsp range here in randolph, new jersey, disagrees. what do you think? >> i totally disagree. javon belcher was an unfortunate incident but it wasn't gun violence. it was domestic violence. i think he woe are focusing on the wrong thing. they complain their second amendment right to bear arms unchallenged whenever there is a high profile shooting. rick rick enjoys sharing the joyce of sports shooting. >> empowering. more porpoise for women it's empowering it's a great equallingize
finals the eagles were edged by oakdale in the division 2 finals and marin catholic will represent after holding sutter to a touchdown. >>> today's san francisco city college lost to bakersfield in the community college championship, 35-14 as bakersfield wins it all for the first time in school history. >>> well for the fourth time manny pacquiao and marquez meet and this one might have pacquiao questionion to continue husband career. pacquiao was knocked out and down for up to 2 minutes. pacquiao has now lost two straight fights. >>> earlier on fox, ultimate fighting championship taking place in seattle. henderson won, his second successful title defense. >>> the los angeles dodgers took on l250 $250 million worth of payroll and that still didn't get them into the playoff, but it stop them from being big spenders. they are committing $137 to zach greinke, who started last season in milwaukee and traded to the angels. greinke is the top pitcher on the market this offseason and the deal reportedly for six years which breaks down to $24.5 per league. and the trade between the texas rangers
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're reading patent pending. so you clearly have eyes of an eagle, so, you know, you're in. and that was just how so many people, so many of the sailors that i interviewed, i mean, and they did it because of patriotism, they did it because it was the right thing to do, and we sent them to sea in these new and untested vessels that the navy thought initially was a colossal waste of money. no warship had ever been manned by an african-american crew, and the first warship to be manned by an african-american crew was the uss mason which was a destroyer escort. franklin roosevelt wanted to do something to end racial discrimination in the military and in industry, and, of course, he was a pragmatist. and he was also a shrewd politician. and he knew he had to be very careful, otherwise he'd alienate some of the southern political folks that just didn't have that same view. eleanor roosevelt, on the other hand, was a very strong proponent of equal rights and of doing something to end racial discrimination. so she continually prodded franklin roosevelt to do something. so he decided that he would, um,
sentence so you clearly have the eyes of an eagle so you are in. that was just how so many people, so many of the sailors that are interviewed did it and they did it because of patriotism and because it was the right thing to do. these new and untested vessels that the navy bought initially were a waste of money. nor warship had been commanded by an african-american crew and the first warship was the uss mason which was the destroyer. franklin roosevelt wanted to do something to and racial discrimination in the industry and of course he was a pragmatist and was also a shrewd politician. he knew he had to be very careful, otherwise he would alienate some of the southern political folks that didn't have that same view. eleanor roosevelt on the other hand, a very strong proponent of civil rights and doing something to end racial discrimination so she continually prodded roosevelt to do something. he decided that he would have one of these new destroyer escorts be manned by an african-american crew. white officers in an african-american crew. they went off in the battle of the atlantic and in
pending. he said you clearly have eyes of an eagle. that was just how so many people, so many of the sailors that i enter the when it ended because of patriotism, it was the right thing to do. we sent in to see no warship had ever been manned by an african-american group. the first warship was the uss mason which was a destroyer escort. franklin roosevelt wanted to do something to end racial discrimination in the had to be very careful eleanor roosevelt was a very strong proponent of the equal rights and doing something to end racial discrimination. so she continually prodding fragmented do something. he decided that he would have one of these new destroyer escorts be manned by an african-american group and white officers. they went off in the battle of the atlantic commanded some heroic things. and there were recommended, the crew was recommended for a navy commendation by their white captain. and maybe did not want these people on the first place. and so they decided they were calling to give an accommodation . it was not given until 50 years later when president clinton act
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